Tough call. But really, what you're seeking is permission to quit once the internship is over, bottom line. What I mean is, you KNOW you don't want to work in the hospital, and have all sorts of reasons for leaving, but you would really like other nurses to tell you it's ok, just leave.
I'm not so sure. See, the thing is it is STILL going to be hard for you to find a job without the experience....and a 13-week internship won't count. It definitely won't be "valuable" for your resume. Actually, you should keep in mind that a potential employer could see your leaving after another employer spent $$ on your internship and then you QUIT as a problem....so it might not be in your favor for anyplace EXCEPT the hospital that spent the $$ training you.
Yes, it's possible that I'm completely wrong, that a future employer won't care that you left after the orientation/internship. But I don't think so.
So, back to the crux of the problem: you don't want to work in the hospital setting, but you don't have the experience needed to work outside of it. What do YOU think you should do?
Of course no one wants to see you miserable, but be very honest with yourself and think about how much of your unhappiness is caused by the job itself, or the location
(away from your hometown).
It's true med-surg isn't for everyone, that's NO DOUBT. Some love it, some hate it, but if nothing else, it's gonna teach you a TON, to give you experience that IS valuable. Oh, and another thing: if I had a buck every time I heard "but I could lose my license" or "I'm not risking my license"....it takes danged near an act of G-d for anyone to ACTUALLY lose a license because of heavy patient assignments. It's something everyone fears, nearly everyone shouts about at one time or another, but it's a rarity of rarities.
So.....looks like you have some thinkin' to do.....and I do wish you the BEST in figuring it out! At least you have ten more weeks to do it